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The State of the Public Transportation Industry. Flora Castillo APTA Chair Board Member, NJ TRANSIT April 22, 2013. Ridership Growth. Seattle, WA 4.1. Indianapolis, IN 9.4%. Salt Lake City, UT 3.6%. Denver, CO 2.7%. Columbus, OH 10.1%. Albuquerque, NM 7.2%. Nashville, TN 7.3%.

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The State of the Public Transportation Industry

Flora Castillo

APTA Chair

Board Member, NJ TRANSIT

April 22, 2013


Ridership Growth

Seattle, WA

4.1

Indianapolis, IN

9.4%

Salt Lake City, UT 3.6%

Denver, CO

2.7%

Columbus, OH

10.1%

Albuquerque, NM

7.2%

Nashville, TN

7.3%

Pittsburgh, PA 4.7%

Canton, OH

8.9%

Riverside, CA

7%

Phoenix, AZ

3%

San Diego, CA 7%

Dallas, TX

10%

Ft. Myers

19.7%

New Orleans, LA

8.3%


Public Transportation Use Growing Faster Than Population and Highway Use(1995 -2012)

(17%) (22%) (34%)


Public Transportation in the U.S.

  • 53% of trips on buses

  • 42% of trips on rail

  • 5% on other modes


Commuter Rail Has Grown

1970: 9 systems

2012: 29 systems


Light Rail Is Booming

1970: 7 systems

2012: 36 systems


Public Transit’s Economic Clout

$57 billion industry

Directly employs more than 400,000 people

Supports 1.9 million public & private sector jobs


White House Panel onWomen In Transportation


APTA’s Veteran and MilitaryFamily Resource Center

apta.com/veterans


Signing Ceremony for MAP-21


Increase in Percentage ofAlternative Fueled Buses


Young People Postponing Driving


Public Transit Vital to Mobility


State of Disrepair


Public Transit Infrastructure Graded a “D”


A Vision of What’s Ahead


Thank You!


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